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Old 05-25-2008, 03:03 PM
peychaud peychaud is offline
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Thanks for the quick reply, but I'm not sure if your answer will work for me.

I've got my iTunes Music Folder and some other random files--movies, photos, stuff from work, old archived stuff, etc.--stored on an unpartitioned 500 GB external drive.

If I select that volume and backup all files, it's going to smart backup everything on the drive. I just want to smart backup the iTunes Music Folder, not all the other random crap I store alongside it on the drive. So rather than selecting the entire volume, I'd like to be able to select just the music folder or, alternatively, if there's no way to do that, I guess I'd like to be able to select the volume and then tell SuperDuper! to skip everything except the iTunes Music Folder.

Am I completely off base or does my question make sense?

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